Addressing technical challenges across ADAS and AV development at AutoSensONLINE

AutoSensONLINE. Going live on Tuesday 23 November 2021

AutoSensONLINE is being delivered virtually to wrap up 2021 by building on themes from the in-person Brussels conference and our previous online events. Bringing together further key topics in this disruptive time for the automotive industry. Addressing technical challenges across ADAS and AV development is an overarching theme of AutoSensONLINE and participants will takeaway insights from both presentations and panel discussions to help them deal with their own engineering challenges they might encounter.

AutoSensONLINE streaming live on 23 November 2021

The online 1-day event will be packed with content and live with a brand new 2-track agenda of expert panels, technical case studies and discussion. View Agenda >>

The 7 core themes being discussed in-depth include:

  • Innovations in RADAR
  • Benchmarking Perception Methods
  • Computer Vision and Deep Learning
  • Improving Sensing in Challenging Environments
  • Manufacturing Considerations and Reliable Software Standards
  • Addressing Complexities in ADAS Development
  • Overcoming HD mapping challenges

Opening the show, you will hear from industry leaders Daimler and LG, providing the Tier 1 and OEM perspectives on developing a front ADAS camera and overcoming technical challenges. 

We are thrilled to welcome back Paul-Henri Matha, from Volvo Cars, who joined us in 2020, with a popular presentation on integrating sensors into headlamps. He is back to build on additional challenges for exterior lighting and power consumption, and stakes for OEMs, as a highly important part of the EV story.

Another critical challenge is one we face when the same image sensors are used for both computer and human vision. Matthew Hellewell, Principal Image Quality Engineer at Arm, will explore how we can avoid sacrificing image quality for flexibility in our hardware choices and software algorithms. 

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